Virtual Event: The Role of Black Philanthropy in Activism and Social Justice – Dec 14

Posted by University of Pennsylvania on December 14, 2021

Hosted and moderated by Ben Jealous, this dialogue between Tyrone McKinley Freeman and Katherina ‘Kat’ Rosqueta will take a look at the history and perception of Black philanthropy in the United States. Discussion topics will include:

  • Who counts as a philanthropist?
  • In what ways has Black philanthropy fueled activism and empowerment in African-American communities?
  • How can we all practice philanthropy for social impact?

Each 60-minute session will include an introduction, discussion, Q&A, and closing remarks from Ben Jealous.

Date and Time: December 14, 2021, 12:00-1:00 PM


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